The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 17, 1935 · Page 5
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Ev«*ry Day Prices! 98c 19c 39c 39c $1.25 Irldo-Vin Pint Rubbing Alcohol 50c MiU: of Magnesia 50c Ipaiia Tooth Paste 50c Pepbodent Tooth Paste I..38c Ovaltine, large size L . .69c 15c Gerfcer's Soups .10c 75c Johnson's Glo-Coat |.. .59c 85c Old English Floor Wax L. .69c Greeting Cards From the House of Gibson Wbll Paper and Paints kenau's Drug Store fin Free Delivery — Phone 4fl. West Side Square Social Events | j Lfgion Auxili.-ir.v. The American Lesion At the close of the evening, de- r<-fi'cshiiientsl wore served hostesses, Mrs. -Mona Has- Kt'U. .Mrs. Mayme IBristow and i.Mrs. Margaret Graham. The next meeting will ht> Wednesday even- Anxili- ; »>.~- May -'•>• at which tini JJdo Club. Mrs. Horace Mi-chel entertained the members and guests of the Lido club Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michel west of Tipton, with a bridge party and miscellaneous bridal shower in honor of Lucile Burdge, a member of the club, whose marriage to Howard Hobbs will take place May 29. Bridge was enjoyed during the evening, with high score prizes awarded to Mary Margaret Hash and Josephine Henson. At the close of the playing the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Charles Michel, Mrs. Homer Michel, and Beih Michel, served a delicious twci- •course lunch, the appointments carrying out the bridal colors of pink and white. As the tables were cleared away, Jean Burdgc, sister of the bride-elect - entered pulling a large wagon, decorated with pink FUNERAL SATURDAY. Sister of N. O. HJu-ting of Tipton Died at Elwood. Funeral services will be con- »' tf ,.:«, ' *."\jjf j- i !-' TfiJB TtPTON D. ducted Saturday afternoon at 2:00 at the First Methodist church In Elwood for Mrs. Sarah lone Breese, age 33, |-ife of Richard Breese of ElwoodJ and a sister !of N. O. Harting of bus city, whose death occurred TjVednesday ' evening at the Mercy hospital.- Rev S. L. Yoder, pastor .of the church will conduct the services, after which burial will be in the Elwood cemetery, j Mrs. Breese died Wednesday evening at 7:00 p'clock after a brief illness. She isuffered an attack of appendicitis, and was taken to the Mercy hospital where an operation was performed but the appendix had ruptured and peritonitis had developed. Surviving besides the brother and white, and filled with lovely j n Tipton are the ; husband, to whom she was married August 13, 1919. three children, Mary, Richard Eugene, and patherine Mar- gifts which were presented to the honor guest. Guests present to enjoy the delightful evening were Juanita Athan of Elwood, Mary Margaret Hash, Catherine Huber, Ruth Pickering, Mrs. Homer Michel. Mrs. Ted Hobbs, .Mrs. L. M. Burdgo and daughter, Jean, Mrs. Charles Michel, and Beth Michel. Club members present beside Mrs. Horace Michel and ,Miss Burdge were Josephine Henson, Mary Gene Essig, Marion Smith. Icno, all at home; two sisters. ary met Thursday «>v. iiing it ihO| w ''^«hs wil be nuuiq to decorate armory with a pood atu-n&anca of members presi.'iit. During the business session in charge of the president. plai.s were made for the annual I'opi-y tlii- graves. Jxnlge. Tho Tipton Rebekau lodge Day sale to be held Saturday. • met in regular session Thursday The organization decided in pu"- U-veiling at the I. O. O. F. lodge chase markers to be i>!:n-r:l an hall, with a good attendance of the graves of former Auxiliary i members present. members for Decoration Hay. Several members expressed their intention of attending the district meeting to be la-Id at Kokomn May 2.°,. During the social hour whii-'i followed, bingo v.-us enjoyed, with prizes-awarded to Mrs. Alieo Collins. Mrs. Carolyn Egler aiul Mrs. Margaret Fehlinger. Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTV SHOPPE Mr.s. Anna Richards, noble grand, condu-cted the business .session, during which an invitation from the Windfall lodge to attend a meeting there Wednesday evening, was accepted, and tentative transportation arrangements were made. During the social hour bingo was enjoyed with Mrs. Fred Sajss- lino and Mrs. Maymq Gross as prize winners. i At the r^osc of thejevening delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Clifford Crnm and Mrs. Frank Rayls. Deluxe ring binders and sheets to match. ; Tribune The Ladies Aid society of the First Baptist church met Thursday afternoon with Mr.s. Ronu Brown, with a good attendance of members present. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Fred Saissline. with the group singing "Count Your files-i- ngs," after which they repeated the Twenty-third Psalm, and Mrs. Lambert led in prayer. During the business session. plans were made for several activities to make money, which was a market to be held Saturday at the Commercial Printing Company. The meeting closed with the ;roup repeating John 3:16, after which a social hour was enjoyed, and the hostess served delicious refreshments. • i > OUR. STOMACHS ARE FILUED . MIGHTY FINE BREAD- WHAT IN WORLD A TUB ^< CARE WF / Vera Gephart, Geraldinc Crail, Vivian Crail. Gretchen Foster and Mrs. Virgil Cardwell. Kaptist Cliurcli Aid. Mrs. Ruth Hurst and Mrs. Hazel House, both of Elwood, and two other brothers, Sherman Hartin'g of Elwood. and Chpuncey Harting of Rockfort, Illinois. The deceased was a member of the Methodist church in Elwood, and was active in social circles i throughout the city where she had a large acquaintance. She was also known to a number of Tipton residents, having visited here on several occasions in the home of her brother. HAD SPLENDID TRIP. Tipton People and Near Waco, Texas. Sights in Mr. and Mrs. Cha -les II. Warne, who in company with their son Allen and wife of ; Indianapolis, drove to Waco, Tex., to visit another son Dallas and wife, have sent word they arrived salely after a wonderful and interesting! trip, they enjoying: every minute of the drive. i They are seeing!the sights in and near Waco, where their son is employed in the government hospital and Mr. Warno says the south seems prosperous especially north Texas. ' • They will he back about the 24th or 25th of j the, present month. i : DA1L? 4>x< ILLJf ENDED. Mrs. Bayo Shepherfr Died at) Home of Parents Friday Afternoon. Mrs'. Faye Shepherd, who has been ill for the: past several months with an ailment which medical science failed to relieve, died at the home i of her parents >Mr. and firs. James Sherltt on North (independence street Friday afternoon at 2:10. Death ended a long illness during wJHch - time she was mostly in a state of coma. For 'several weeks she had Tjeen under {treatment at the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis under the care of specialists hut could Obtain no relief and Thursday afternoon the. Young ambulance brought her i to TJpMm.- Mrsj Shepherd and her husband rtt the time she became ill were residing on the William H. Kindling farm east lot Tipton and when her condition became serious ahe was brought to the home of the parents. The deceased ; for some time was employed! in Tipton in the old Hub Cafe and worked in other restaurants in this city. She was about 36 years of age and a young woman who had a number of friends in Tipton who will regret much to learn of her untimely death. Surviving are the parents and husband, there being no children. Following the death the body was removed to the Young parlors for preparation, no funeral arrangements having been made at this time. Saturday, May 25, has been reserved by Section 2 of the Ladies Aid socjety of the West Street Christian church for a penny'sup- per. All I persons interested are requested to take note. i «•> T\VO RECITALS. Pupils of Miss Loui.se Henderson Be Heard. Dorcas Club. Mrs. Charles Seal entertained the Dorcas club Thursday afternoon at her home on North Conde street, with twelve" members and two guests present. (Hit of Victrolu. Tho Tipton Matuicc Musicale wishes to aclcnowlodise the gift of a victrola. from Mrs.jw. A. Hill of this city. The victrola will be placed in thcf music department Following the brief business | ol the Tipton senior high school, session, the afternoon was spent and will prove quite beneficial jn socially and at the close the hostess served a delicious lunch to'all present. The guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Harry Lutz and Mrs. Frank Eller, the latter being the mother of Mrs. Beal. King's Moulds. The King's Heralds society «f the Kemp Methodist church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the church basement. All members are urged to be present, and are asked to take wieners and buns for roast. a -wiener FOOD MARKET. •Boston brown bread, chicken and noodles, pies and cakes. Saturday, Commercial Printing Co. Baptist L-adies Aid. the study of music appreciation. During the past two years the Matinee Musicale has done much for the music departments of th? city and county. Through the organization, equipment was furnished for a rhythni band which is now well organized, and which has furnished numbers for various programs. | The organization also has expended $75 during the past few Miss Louise Henderson, teacli- cr of piano, is arranging for two recitals to be given by her pupils in June. !DHO to the large number of young people who will take part, it ivas necessary to select two dates, and the recitals will be given! Thursday and Friday,! June G and 7. The first recital. June 6, will be in theilibrary, and at that time pupils of Miss Lois Slpne and Mrs. Conrad Russell will also take part. The second program, June 7, will be given entirely by Miss Henderson's students in the lower auditorium of the West Street Christian! church. At this time two-piano numbers 'will be featured. Try a Tribune Want Ad. LOUISE HENDERSON Teacher of Piano i Phones: ; 4362 Tipton — 74 Atlanta months to help in the financing! of a high school barid. This project is also advancing splendidly and is proving quite gratifying to; all persons interested. [ ' : c-194 Visited Funeral Home. Members of t ll e' Nazireno church visited the lieathwrnau funeral home Thursday evening. Triplicate coal and grain receipt books. Tribune Press. y Absolutely Your Last Chance Get $7.90 Dresses for Only $2.95 and $6.00 Dresses fin-only $1.95 Ou Editorial Staff. Ralph Vines of Tipton, a fresh-j man in DePauw U:iiversity,-haa been named a meml er of the edl^ torial staff of The lePauw Magazine for the year 1935-36 by the editor-elect, Kobeift Hausseri Norwood, Ohio.. Th? magazine ia made up of short dtories, poetry and articles contributed dents. Now In its fifti it has held a cons standing among othi e Are Our Regular Spring e May Enlarge Our; B, Selling Out So TJiat itjrflhop. . lications of a slmil ir character. ' Vines Is a taem >er ot Sigma Chi, national social fraternity. MUSIC AND DANCING. eenth year, stently r college pub T $1.00 DAYS Hut Prices Reduced Thursday Friday and Saturday ; it for bin fill. Don't 1 your Isfled w«h "just as good," : Edna Burkhart Co. Dealer. j Phone 65 Bar gains in Butler, Best Creamery, Cheese, Fancy Cream, lb Fioui-, Bta?^l*en, 24 Ib Sugar, Fine Granulated, cloth bag tO Floor, Gold Medal 24 lb. $1.04 By the way, our flour is kept in a special screened PICKLES iNE FOODS! Yes, all the •T prices quoted are for the best quality! Waxtex Paper, 40 ft., 3 for 25c Red Cherries, No, 2 size, 2 for 21c Syrup, light or dark, gallon 59c IF YOU, LIKE GOOD SALAD DRESSING, YOU WILL LIKE Rainbo Quart Jar 25c rooin, rat and bug proof. BUTTERSCOTCH CANDY— 1-lb. box NO. 730 COFFEE— A fine drinking Santos, 3-lb. bag . . -- ..... VANILLA— 16rOZ. bottle ....... . ........ ...... 25c EMBOSSED NAPKOrS— All colors, 80 to pkg.. .lOc! T. N. T. Brown Soap, 1-lb. bar ... . . jfcj Sunbrite Cleanser, 6 for ..... ..... -25c Starch, in bulk, 3 Ibs ....... ...... 17e FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Bananas, 6 Ibs. ...-:." ........ .. • .<.'. -25c' Sunkist Lemons, dozen ...... _____ ^.17c Head Lettuce (large, lOc) 2 for . . . .15c Grape Fruit, 4 for . . .............. 15c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs ...... , . ..... lOc Green Beans, 2 Ibs. Potatoes, peck ...... - ...... New Potatoes, large No. 1, 7 Ibs Celery, large bunches New Peas, lb .............. ...... lOc iPost Toasties, large pkg. .15e 2Sp . .lie Sure-Jel, for making jams and jellies, only a half minute to boil and makes more jelly, pkg.., 13c, 2 for 25c Macaroni or Spaghetti, lb. . 9c Honey Cookies, dozen '..-.. 10c Ramo Coffee, lb. -17c Quick-Jel, all flavors, , 4 pkgs 19c Pig Bars, 2 Ibs. ,. 25c Oatmeal Cookies, lb. . .15c Ginger Snaps, lb lOc Vanilla Wafers, lb. . .15c Chocolate Grahams, lb. 19c Imperial Tea, % lb. . -15c Bulk Cocoariut, y z lb. 12c Cocoa, 2 Ibs. 19c Babe Ruth Candy Bars, 3 for Spinach, 2% size, 2 for 25c (Prunes, extra large, 21bs. - 25c Prunes, small, 5 Ibs. . .25c Fancy Dried Peaches, perlb. rlS'c Raisins, seedless, 3 Ibs. 25c Crackers, 2 Ibs 19c Graham Crackers, 2 Ibs. J..25C Castile Soap, 7 for ..25c Toilet Tissue, carton Breakfast Cocoa, 1-lb. can .. .'. 19c Pard Dog Food, 2 cans 15c Soap Flakes, 5 Ibs. 29c Flavorade, for a refreshing drink, all flavors, 5c; 6 for : .25c Freeze, something new for making ice cream, 3 pkgs. '.'. 25c Peaches, 2% size:cans 2 for 25c Softasilk Cake Flour, 29c Pumpkin, 3 large ,2.5c Kraut, 3 large J. 2So Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c Swift's White Laundry • Soap, 10 bars J 2Sc Matches, 6 boxes J 2|c Cherries, gallon ; 49c Raspberries, gallon . .49c Peaches, gallon L 49e KIDNEY'BEANS REJD U BEANS, 3 FORK ANDBEANS, HOMINY, KBAUT.MlXEp VEGETABLES TOMATO SOUP, VEGETABLE SOUP, SPAGHETTI, LIMA BEANS, PEAS, PEAS AND CARROTS, AND DICED -« fftf 15f. CARROTS, AU No. 2 cans, yo.ur choice • « «v* *«yy MEATS Friday anti Saturday nights'; entertainment by] Bill Bagley; vis\t Friejodlyj Inn at Sharpsvill 5 for a goo time. Dolly and Perl, agers.. : ^ j , : ' Tango party, Re d Men Saturday night, May ^tango'; admiBBl Prices. m IQetoTf and or '. Say! Mr. and Mrs-, Meat Buyer! If you don't want to be disappointed in youf dinner, you better buy your beef here. 1 Alway* tender, always the same high quality. While we know beeTis high, still the quality is remembered long after the price is gotten. Arid we mean just this, and guarantee you this: beef will be tender, whether it be a boil, roast or steak. The corn fed young heifers, the same high grade is purchased week, so rest assured it will be tender. Also, it is refrigerate^ in the finest, cleanest, most up-to-date equipment in the state bijC' ' none. All white copiers and;counters and spotlessly clean. Think that over —yBrj should mean a lot to you-^clean, sanitary and up to date. The-same high standai ct| is maintained week after week. If ERE,is.a brand-new lamb cut, r exactly suited to the modern family. J " mium Lamb Loin Roast, 2y a 'to 3-lb. cuts, at 25c a pound. The best and iest part of the lamb. 1935 spring lamb. • FRESH MEAT SUGGESTIONS Round Steak, lb. .. . ' .35c Sirloin Steak, Ib. ................ .30c Neck Pot Roast, lb .. .20c Best Chuck Roast, Ib. ..... ... .25c Arm Swiss Roast, lb. ....'-..... '. .. .25c Elba of Beef, lb. ...........;....'. .15^ Ground Beef, lb. .........., —.. ,18c All From Those Fine Heifers Pure Lard, lb. .:............v.....17c Waffte Veal Steak, lb...:..;,...... :26c ^p^-|ftH50j», Ib: .....} \-'.-.- " Jo^r} JBaicon, lb. —....,.. ,-.l.'— • • loin cuts, */''•"•>• '* -• j? : .*''* •*; *• "<• Some like 'em hot . . . some like': 1 cold .. . . however you like 'em, a variety of cooked meats that you exactly. May we suggest" Baked Ham, Thuringer, Dutch Lij lami, Braunschweigerj Liver Liver Pudding, Mince Ham, Pic Veal Loaf, Plain or Garlic (Corned Beef and many others, pigs' Feet, too* {Bacon, sliced, no rind, lb. .. .T. Armour's Hanis, whole or half, jp..t Beef Brains, lb. ............. Pork Roast, loin or shoulder,

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